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Polling begins for first phase in Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand
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Jharkhand Assembly polls: 26.5% turnout till 11 a.m. amid spor...

13 constituencies, spread over the six Maoist-affected districts of Palamu, Gumla, Lohardaga, Chatra, Garhwa and Latehar, go to polls in the The Hindu, 2 days ago

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One India, 2 days ago
IBN Live, 2 days ago

Naxalites set fire to JVM's poll campaign vehicle

Maoists today set fire to a election campaign vehicle of Jharkhand Vikas Morcha at Rajput village in Chatra district. A group of naxalites set ablaze the vehicle, Superintendent of Police Surendra Kumar Jha said here. This was the third such ...
 Business Standard6 days ago

Chatra district administration target 70 per cent turn-out in polls

The Chatra district administration has set a target to ensure 70 per cent voter turnout in the assembly polls. As part of its efforts a 'Sankalp Samaroh' was organised at the Jawahar Lal Nehru Stadium here were voters were made to take pledge to ...
 NetIndia123.com2 weeks ago

13-year-old boy rescued by Kailash Satyarthi's Bachpan Bachao Andolan tells his story

Manoj*, 13, from Chatra district, Jharkhand, rescued by Kailash Satyarthi's Bachpan Bachao Andolan, tells dna's Gargi Gupta how a contractor duped him in the name of providing him with education. He's so happy at Mukti Ashram that he doesn't want to return ...
 DNA1 month ago

2 leopards found dead in K'taka dist

Two leopards, including a cub, were found dead at Kajji Koppalu and Tirumala Sagar Chatra in the district. The Forest Department officials said deep injury marks were found near the neck, back and chest of one of the leopards that was found in an ...
 NetIndia123.com2 months ago

Jharkhand polls peaceful with 62% voter turnout

Ranchi: The first round of assembly election in 13 segments across six Maoist-hit districts passed off peacefully on Tuesday, setting the tone for the remaining four phases of polling in the state. The six districts recorded 61.92% voting. On a day ...
 Times of India1 day ago 62% of voters defy Maoist threat in Jharkhand  Times of India2 days ago

LWE outfit with a stake in politics

Hempur, on the 22 km stretch of NH-99 between Chandwa and Balumath towns in Latehar district, looked cheerful on Tuesday morning. Villagers hung around polling booth number 101, chatting and asking one another whom they had voted for. But when this ...
 Indian Express2 days ago

BJP banks on 'Modi magic' as rivals flounder

Ranchi/Gumla, Nov. 24: Around 120km from Ranchi at Raidih block, bang in the Maoist hotbed of Gumla district bordering Chhattisgarh, a group of elderly Congressmen sift printouts of a voter list, scouring familiar names to tap for tomorrow's vote.
 Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago

Of big boys and personality cults

Hazaribagh, Nov. 24: Some 3.38 lakh voters of Chatra Assembly, an SC reserved constituency, will vote tomorrow, along with people of 12 other seats, in the first phase of Vidhan Sabha elections. A known Maoists stronghold, district administration ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 days ago

Rebel hotbed to vote for growth

Chatra, Nov. 23: Kauleshwari Hill, the home to Jain and Hindu temples and one of the most revered pilgrim destinations for Buddhist monks, draws some 1,000 visitors from across the country daily. Like Kauleshwari Hill, Maa Bhadrakali Temple at ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago
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